samedi 8 novembre 2014

Be natural Alice Guy Blache The Untameable,Directed by Herbert Blaché 'The Most Shocking Film of 1923!'




Be natural..Split personality disorder movie:
The rare silent film The Untameable,Directed by Herbert Blaché, perhaps best known today as the husband of pioneering female director Alice Guy Blaché a melodrama billed as "The Most Shocking Film of 1923!" will be screened at 8 p.m. on Thursday, June 5, 2008, at the Echo Park Film Center in Los Angeles. Then popular movie actress Gladys Walton stars.
Long before Nunnally Johnson's 1957 drama The Three Faces of Eve earned Joanne Woodward a Best Actress Academy Award, The Untameable tackled the "sensational" (and shocking!) issue of split personality disorder. Directed by Herbert Blaché, perhaps best known today as the husband of pioneering female director Alice Guy Blaché, and adapted by Hugh Hoffman from Gelett Burgess' novel, The Untameable stars Gladys Walton in the dual role of Joy and her sadistic alter-ego Edna.
Long before Joanne Woodward there was Gladys Walton
According to information found in the press release for The Untameable, "the dual role of Joy/Edna was Gladys Walton's most challenging up to that time … Edna is a whip-toting brute who dresses in leopard skins and flogs the Oriental maid with whom she lives in a relationship with strong lesbian elements. Miss Walton portrays this bizarre sadist in a manner shocking to even the most brazen flapper of 1923 … The Untameable is an astonishing film, and it is safe to say (at the least) that you have never seen anything else like it!"
Also featured in The Untameable are handsome 1920s leading man Malcolm McGregor, John St. Polis, and Etta Lee.

'The Most Shocking Film of 1923!'

jeudi 18 septembre 2014

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jeudi 3 juillet 2014

Alice Guy Blache Be Natural ©riginal story by Alice Guy Jr since 1992

Alice Guy Blache Be Natural ©riginal story by Alice Guy Jr since 1992










Alice Guy Blache Be Natural ©riginal story by Alice Guy Jr since 1992

 Alice Guy Blache Be Natural ©riginal story by Alice Guy Jr since 1992
 Alice Guy Blache Be Natural ©riginal story by Alice Guy Jr since 1992
 Alice Guy Blache Be Natural ©riginal story by Alice Guy Jr since 1992
 Alice Guy Blache Be Natural ©riginal story by Alice Guy Jr since 1992

lundi 2 juin 2014

Alice Guy Be Natural Filmographie 1911 Solax







 Alice Guy Be Natural Filmographie 1911 Solax
Sensible (also listed as “Susceptible”) Dad. May 3, 1911.
Their First Baby. May 10, 1911.
The Somnambulist May 5, 1911.
Nearly a Hero. May 10, 1911. Split reel with
Beneath the Moon. May 10, 1911.
Between Life and Duty (
also listed as
Between Life and Death). May 12, 1911. (Military)
Deaf and Dumb. Later listed as
His Dumb Wife. May 17, 1911.
In the Nick of Time  May 19, 1911. (Military)
The Devil in a Tin Cup  May 24, 1911. Split reel with
The House of Peace  Mary 24, 1911.
An Officer and a Gentleman  May 26, 1911. (Military)
A Marvelous Cow  May 31, 1911.
Never Too Late to Mend . June 2, 1911. (Military)
Bridget the Flirt . June 7, 1911.
A Mexican’s Girl’s Love . June 9, 1911. (Military)
A Bad Egg. June 14, 1911.
A Daughter of the Navajo. June 16, 1911. (Military)
Cupid and the Comet. June 21, 1911.
Marked for Life June 23, 1911.
The Fascinating Widow June 28, 1911. Split reel with
Johnnie Waters the Garden. June 28, 1911 (also listed as a split reel with
Cupid and the Comet

A Terrible Catastrophe  June 28, 1911.
Greater Love Hath No Man. June 30, 1911. (Military)
Starting Something. July 5, 1911.
The Silent Signal. July 7, 1911.(Military)
Baby’s Rattle. July 12, 1911.
That June Bug  July 12, 1911.
The Girl and the Broncho Buster  July 14, 1911.
All Aboard for Reno July 19, 1911.
Sergeant Dillon’s Bravery. July 21, 1911. (Military)
The Double Elopement. July 26, 1911.
Outwitted by Horse and Lariat  July 28, 1911.
When Reuben Came to Town. August 2, 1911.
The Mascot of Troop “C”. August 4, 1911. Advertised as the “First of the 1
5th U.S. Cavalry Pictures
Taken at Fort. Meyer, VA.” (Solax Ad, The Moving Picture News
, Vol. IV, No. 29, July 22, 1911, p.4.) (Military). Dir. Wilbert Melville.
His Wife’s Insurance August 9, 1911. Split reel with
A Bum and a Bomb. August 9, 1911.
An Enlisted Man’s Honor . August 11, 1911. (Military) Dir. Wilbert Melvill
e.
Sergeant Mann’s Bravery  August 11, 1911. (Military).
The Phoney Ring . August 16, 1911.
Let No Man Put Asunder  August 18, 1911.
A Gay Bachelor . August 23, 1911.
The Stampede  August 25, 1911. (Military) dir. Wilbert Melvill
e.
The Patched Shoe  August 30, 1911. (Military)
The Hold-Up . September 1, 1911.
Hector’s Inheritance . September 6, 1911.
The Best Policy. September 8, 1911.
Her Uncle’s Will. September 13, 1911.
The Altered Message . September 15, 1911. (Military, filmed at Fort Me
yer)
Oh! You Stenographer! September 20, 1911.
Nellie’s Soldier. September 22, 1911. (Military)
How Hopkins Raised the Rent  September 27, 1911.
An Italian’s Gratitude  September 29, 1911.
A Breezy Morning October 4, 1911.
His Sister’s Sweetheart. October 6, 1911. (Military)